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Ideas rooted in the communist ideology once promoted by the early 20th century Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci
The Sexual Revolution and its role in the social revolution from within
The Frankfurt School, a communist think tank at the University of Frankfurt, Germany, was founded in 1923. Many of its members fled Germany in 1933, by emigrating to the US. They took their ideology with them and promptly proceeded to turn it into reality in the US. The process of the cultural subversion of the US is still ongoing and now almost complete.
The Frankfurt School devised the blueprints for the architecture of modern political power. A prominent ingredient of its agenda is the deconstruction of traditional moral standards to facilitate the deliberate and planned destruction of the traditional family, thereby to bring about the realization of a gynarchy in which men are being gradually conditioned to accept their subservience (and progressive eradication).
Those ideas are solidly rooted in the communist ideology promoted by the early 20th century Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci.
Gramsci conjured up the notion of a "quiet revolution" that could be diffused throughout a culture--over a period of time--to destroy it from within. He was the first to suggest that psychology could be applied culturally to break the traditions, beliefs, morals and will of a people and that this could be accomplished quietly and without the possibility of resistance. He deduced that "The civilized world had been thoroughly saturated with Christianity for 2,000 years...and a culture based on this religion could only be captured from within."
Those ideas go back to Marx and Engels, who in their Communist Manifesto and other writings called for the abolition of the family, thereby to remove the foundation for what they called the "patriarchy." The consequence of that program of social destruction is the eradication of families and private property alike. Through that, they thought, the source of all class struggle will once and for all come to an end.
Today's liberal social engineers expand on the ideas of Gramsci, Marx and Engels to emphasize the eradication of the difference between the sexes, which they claim are a social construct — the consequence of social conditioning and not, as common sense dictates, the result of biological design and evolution. (Full Story)